The city is under attack, and only one thing can take down the 100-foot-tall hot dog that’s smashing cars and buildings – ketchup! Illustrata’s tasty kaiju t-shirt is available for one day only on on The Yetee, but if you miss their deal, you can grab one later from Neatoshop.
Cup Noodles (aka Cup O’ Noodles) have been filling bellies on a budget for 50 years. To celebrate, Nissin has released a series of limited-edition retro t-shirts celebrating the early years of instant ramen. There’s a classic Japanese 1971 tee, a psychedelic ’70s tee, and a neon ’80s tee.
It’s been a while since we had a new Mike Myers movie, but back in the day, he gave us some of the best characters ever. We’d totally be down for a game of Super Myers, in which Austin Powers battles Dr. Evil, Shrek, Wayne, Fat Bastard, the Love Guru, and that OTHER Michael Myers. A great t-shirt design by Retro Review.
UK lettering artist Seb Lester has a knack for creating repeating patterns. His vibrant and whimsical Monkey Action series currently features two primates playing tennis, and another riding a BMX bike on an Escher-esque course. Both designs are available on throw pillows, laptop cases, blankets, and t-shirts.
Let’s face it. The Avengers are a motley crew of superheroes. Now imagine that the team’s goal wasn’t to save the universe but to gather up and horde all the trash. Artist Hillary White’s t-shirt design envisions Marvel’s heroes as a raccoon, a skunk, and a possum, all ready to fight each other over the contents of dumpsters.
We’ve long been fans of artist Glenn Jones’ cheeky illustrations. Here, he envisions a world in which Snoopy and Woodstock are balloon animals. Even their doghouse is inflatable. The playful image is available on various shirts, including tees, tanks, sweatshirts, and hoodies. Now we want to see the rest of the balloon Peanuts.
W.Essentiéls, Faith Industries, and Bandai Namco celebrate 40 years of Pac-Man with a cool collection of 8-bit fashions. Among the pixelated picks are an OG Maze black shirt, colorful ghost hoodies, and a Chasing Ghosts windbreaker. The varsity jacket is our favorite but isn’t available just yet. Also, it’s “Inky,” not “Inkly” folks.
For those of us with an allergy, there are bigger fish to fry than eating raw or undercooked shellfish. But for everyone else, Dirty Coast and the Louisiana Shuckers Association suggest that you ignore that menu warning and dig in to enjoy all the raw oysters you can handle.
It’s raining… sardines and mackerel? Just a normal day in the Haruki Murakami novel Kafka on the Shore. Anti-Anti’s cool graphic tee is an original design sure to elicit nods of respect from well-read strangers. Screen-printed by hand using eco-friendly ink on comfy 100% combed cotton. It also comes in a slim version for literary ladies.
“The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men.” Jules Winnfield seems way more articulate and sensible than the average politician these days. So why not throw your support behind Samuel L. Jackson’s Pulp Fiction persona and his running mate Vincent Vega?
The night is dark and full of terrors. Show them you’re someone to be feared with this goofy vampire tee from LookHUMAN. We think it looks best in black, but it also comes in heather grey. The terrifying image also comes on mugs, pillows, totes, hoodies, tank tops, sweatshirts. Save 30% for a limited time with code SPLASH.
There’s nothing quite like the smell of sizzling bacon in the morning (or anytime, really.) But what happens if you run out and don’t want to wait for Instacart to show up? Glennz’s tasty t-shirt design envisions a machine we totally want in our kitchen – a desktop machine that prints bacon strips on demand.
New Zealand artist Glenn Jones of Glennz is known for his silly illustrations of objects in outlandish and sometimes punny situations. Here, he envisions a place where a Slinky can enjoy perpetual motion, thanks to an Escher-esque impossible staircase. Of course, there’s already a real world solution to this problem.
Illustrator Boggs Nicolas combines two of our favorite franchises – Star Trek and Fallout, melding Jean-Luc Picard with VaultBoy. The Captain is giving a reassuring thumbs up as he orders his crew to make it so. Comes in tees, hoodies, tank tops, long sleeves, and more. Available only 2/19/2020 on ShirtPunch, so grab yours quick.
The clown prince of crime gets memorialized in t-shirt form, with this design by Demonigote and goliath72. Among the rogues’ gallery are Jokers portrayed by Mark Hamill, Cesar Romero, Jack Nicholson, Joaquin Phoenix, Heath Ledger, Zach Galifianakis, Jared Leto, and the original comic book Joker.
You’ll never go in the water again… at least if you’re a chocolate chip cookie, you won’t. That’s because there’s a big, blue, insatiable monster lurking beneath the surface, ready to strike any minute and chomp on your ass. Firebeard’s t-shirt is perfect for any fan of muppets, cookies, sharks, or Steven Spielberg.
Nike has unveiled a Stranger Things-themed collection of shoes and apparel. The Hawkins High pack consists of special colorways of the Blazer, the Tailwind and the Cortez, while the apparel consists of a tee, hoodies, pants and a cap. They will be available 6/27/19, just in time for Season 3.
Vollebak continues to push the boundaries of clothing technology with its Carbon Fibre T-shirt. Each tee is made using nearly 400ft of carbon fiber, making it extremely resistant to abrasion. It’s also partially made of elastane, so it’s stretchy, moisture-wicking and breathable.
Illustrator Tobias Fonseca celebrates four of our favorite Freddies with this fun design, featuring Fred Flintstone, Freddie Krueger, Fred Jones from Scooby Doo, all doing Freddie Mercury’s iconic pose. Also available as prints, cases, stickers, and more from RedBubble.
Petotee presents the perfect t-shirt for fans of Blade Runner. The design is inspired by the covers of those Haynes service and repair manuals, just in case you need to fix up your police spinner. Also available on mugs, bags, sweatshirts, phone cases, and more.